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KENTUKY IRIllr VOLUME XXIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SIl APRIL 24 1909 PRIG FIVE CENTS POWERS i I Of the Pope Arc Limited Purely to Conduct ol Spiritual Ailalrs Catholics pwc Him Xo Allegiance i i In Political or Tern llOrullluttersI I c c What Leading1 American nod English Thinkers have Written CHURCH AND STATE SEPARATE I Every now and then people who ought to know better In their tirades against the Catholics Insist that the Catholics must obey the Pope in temporal us well ns in spiritual mat ters that the Popo governs Catholics in matters purely political ns well alfI ecclesiastical Nothing could be farther from the truth mid it hai been so demonstrated time and ngnlnI lurchrtF c I every age the last fifty years especially empha I sized bv leading thinkers of the church in the tnited States IIlItlII England American Catholics owe no obedl j once to the Pope ns a temporal sovereign He is King roily of that part of Italy which rightfully belongs to Papal territory His authority over us is limited to matters of religion and even in these it is deft initely restricted The Pope is simply the Bishop of tin Bishops in tho Cath olio church lie has the primacy of J jurisdiction over the universalI Church This primacy is n spiritual power It relates exclusively to faith and morals to the discipline and reIj ghee of the church throughout the j world That supremacy of the PopeII dues not extend over politics so ns to make him the supreme temporal j ruler of the world But the church j instructs nations ns well ns Indi viduals in the moral UW8cc In ISS5 the lute illustrious nndjj Most Rev Martin John Spalding II Kentuckian by birth the Ilcondcc Bishop of Louisville and later Arch bishop of Baltimore wrote usfo1 lows The obedience we owe to tine jj Popo is confined to religion nndee spiritual things Inc neither claims j Jtor41 wQnoW nnxv jl1rJjullelliu J over UK l1temJloral1nnftcrrWf TIij 1 our civil allegiance Long before that Archbishop Car roll the first Bishop and Archbishop of the United States in n pastoral letter to the Catholics of Baltimore I wrote There would indeed be a- fOl1nclntlon far the reproach mivimv by the words foreign jurisdiction If we acknowledge in the success of St Peter any power or prerogativs which clashed in the least degree with the duty we owe to our country or its laws To our country we owe allegiance and the tender of our best services and property when they nro necessary for its defense to the i Vicar of Christ We owe obedience In things purely spiritual Happily I there is no competition in their re i spective claims on us nor any diffi culty In rendering to both the sub mission which they have n right tj claim The Bishops of the church in thIUnited States who assembled to gether In 1842 for the sixth provincial council of Baltimore wrote to tho faithful in those days saying It iis unnecessary for ns to tell you breth rcn that the Kingdom of Christ of which the Bishop of Rome as successor of Peter hits received the keys Is not of this world and tIlIItI the obedience duo to the Vicar ofI the Saviour is In no way inconsistent with your civil allegiance your socoal duties as citizens or your rights ns menChurch nnd State Ixith derive their authority from God Each is supreme within its own exclusive territory In purely civil and political matters having a temporal end the State Is supreme In purely religious matters thesupremeThe of State jurisdiction and of Papall are for the mon+ part quite apart from each otter wrote Cardinal Newman to the Duke of Norfolk There arp just some few degrees out of the 300 In which l1stoneiinsteal1tersection alone till they occur actually asks me what I should do if I found myself placed In time snare Intersected If T must answer then I should say distinctly that did the State tell the In n question of wor ship to do what the Pope told me not to do I should Obey the Pope nnd should think It no sin If I used all the power and the Influence I pos sessed ns a citizen to prevent such a bill passing the legislature and to effect its repeal If It did Bait now on the other hand could the case ever occur In which I should net with the civil power and not with the J beginJnot cry out ns Mr Gladstone In the- cae I supposed cried out in the In terest of the other side that in stances never can occur I know they can not J know the Pope never can do what I am going to surprise Hut then since it can not possibly happen In turf there ls no harm in just saying what I should hypi thetlcally do If it did happen 1 say then that In certain Impossible p eases I should slue not with the Pope but with the civil power In our own time Cardinal Gibbonij In his splendid work The Faith of Our Tatiirn wrote OncflrfhJf thu authority of the PopeRe 1ItlellJ revel5tioandand to tUft truths which that revela- tloncontahar lie ii 4Iedupandlint Itedbythee s already JIn e tstII 7 QJ r once and by tho preceding definitions of the church He is tied up and limited by that doctrine divinely re vealed which affirms that alongside of religious society there Is civil society that alongside of the eccle siastical hjerarchy there Is the power of temporal magistrates Invested In their own domain with a full soy ereignty and to whom wo owe obedi ence and respect in nil things mor ally permitted and belonging to the domain of civil society So It is clear that in religious mat tees we obey the church null that J in purely civil matters we obey the Statee obey them in their re spective jurisdictions out of obedi ence to God Our obedience to one does not conflict with our loyalty to the other Just as our fidelity to Christ does not clash with our duty to our government Indeed we obey Christ when we give Caesar the things that are Caesars just as truly as when we give to God tin things that are Cods SOGGARTH AROON I Pastor of St Charles Bor romeos Will Celebrate His Jubilees iiI I the Rev Father Cfiarles P Hullo lives until Juno a he will celebrate 1 tae twentyfifth anniversary of hu ordination Among the many popular j priests in this diocese none are ulcer beloved than Father Jtuffo lie I IJ1honored because he is n priest be cause he conducts himself with j andIaaj an well ns the wealthy t Father Raffo was born of Italian parents and like the sons and dnugh UTS of Germany France mind Ireland he was born here and is an American No stauncher defender of Kentucky or of American institutions can lJett found thrum Father naffott In his school days hi loved n game of base ball and as n pitcher ho had few equals HP loves the game yet J Small wonder then that he can lICit advise the small boy how to mend 1 his torn mitt He has been doing it for nearly twentyfive years I The broken gloves are not the only 1 things that Father Raffo has mended i Itanium Hearts bereaved parents griefstricken children smothers left with iparcntless orphans and hits bands with parentless children all j have been comforted by his counsel lost Sunday Father Rnffo Will i called to Bowling Green to assist hliI friend and colleague Father Hayes I The Rev Father Leo Greiilich pastor i of St Anthonys church officiated IttSt Charles Tin people of the congre jj- gat Ion took advantage of Father jj- Rnffos absence to organize for the 1 celebration of hits jubilee Possibly they might Lure had fits approval UtrtJJOrc are some pwipjfcjwjo dOtt fflrnmJnn pMS Ib111 I itR s c peb thesilverevent in Louisvilles historyIThe men of the congregation I I named the following officers Charles T OConnor President P M1 O1t0111ya Secretary Tohn B Stickler urge anil Edward Tierney Secretary- of t the Press Committee The ladles organized by electing Miss Beatrice Small Chairman Miss Nellie Holland 1 Secretary and Miss Mattie Stickler tt- lrensur rtt The exact nature of the cplebration j has not been determined but It is safe to say that the parishioners of St Charles Borromeos will not be 1 alone in their endeavor to honor their 1 soggarth nroon LOYE OF COUNTUYtt l Is Stronger When United With Devotion to the Church I Monday was a gala day in Rome for the French iiilgrlms who weptII thither to assist nt the beatification of the Blessed JoanJ of Arc The solemn ceremonies took place on l Sunday but the venerable Bishop of Orleans headed a large deputation of I the pilgriniH who were granted nu 1 audience by the 1ope on the following I dnyIIlls Holiness thanked the pilgrims I for their devotion aria exhorted them to remain united Their reward he I sold would be the welfare of their i country because it was religion that guaranteed order und prosperity In society and the Interests of both re+ llgion and society were inseparable Pope Plus X vigorously denied that the church desired the faitliuil to become enemies of their country On the contrary he said love of country was stronger when it was united with devotion to the church Continuing the Pontiff said To politicians who declare near on the church to sectarians who do not cease to calumniate with a hatred worthy of hell to the false paladins of whence who try to render her odious by sophism and to accusa tions that she is an enemy of liberty civilization mid intellectual progress I reply boldly that the Cuthollc church is the mistress of the soul the queen of hearts and the dom- Inator of the world because she is depositoryofthe people to veneration and love NOVENA OF PASSIONISTS The Passlonlst Fathers began a novena at the Sacred Heart Retreat last Sunday in honor of St Paul ot the Cross Tho devotions followed the vesper service at 330 oclock Each evening during the week ap propriate prayers were recited at 730 oclock Tlio feast of St Paul of the Cross will be solemnly role orated next Wednesday COIl WHATJiEN HOME k Col John II Wbalien returned t Louisville Tuesday renligafter a hituri health 1 hi much J1 royd aid tbt3 ColooeJ is ready for a siege of hard work L t u VULTURES Of ISurojiq Are Waiting to Tear Turkey Into Little Pieces Every Power Wants a Leg But Not Enough to Go+ Itound Map ol the Continent Will Be Materially Changed Ere Long IRISH ARE NOT WORRYING The British Parliament resumed Its sessions last Monday alter the Easter holidays and the serious part of the session has begun Nobody knows what the result will be In the pres ent state of the rival parties the Welsh disestablishment Lloyd Georges budget und Birrells bill jostle each other for a place The session will last until September or renewed in November because either Birrell passes his Irish land bill or resigns While the Irish people are anxious for the speedy passage of the bill they realize that the war clouns gathering over Europe are becoming denser When the Balkan Imbroglio appeared to be settled the fire broke out in a new place It Is Turkey now that causey the trouble Subjects of the Sultpn are in revolt Christians are being massacred by the followers- of Mahomet The Russian Bear the English Lion the Double Eagle of Germany and the various cormorants that are symbolical of the Triple Alliance are sitting on the figurative fence nnd waiting for a chance to get their portions of that once feared Southeastern Empire of Europe To the other European powers it menus a Turkey dinner nt a feast ot children Each dull wants a leg The poor bird is not a centipede so whet are they going to do about it Noth ing it seems until enough Christians are massacred to call for American intervention Then the European buxnrus will hasten In their efforts effect Alliances with America Uncle Sam saves his supply ot Turkey for Thanksgiving day Maybe ha will be able to get along without it this yearAll jolting asideat would seemtliat the Iliul ot 1 liropedi1 LqaI ttJllt changed most materially The disso lution of the Sultans power seems at hand if it has not been taken ulpenrsInby the thousands Russia is fraid to interfere lest Germany tapes advantage of the opportunity England learned a recent lesson by attempting to play dictator in the Balkan nuttier France has internal recoveringfromflammation Christians In Turkey must await persecution and death When the towers settle who gets the legs nnd the wishbone what will be left for the Turk trod the Christian While the other Europeans are worrying about what will happen on the Continent the Irish people are enjoying the finest kind of a time entertaining lion Matthew Cum filings National President of the A O II nnd the Rev Father 1 U ODonnell of Boston Mass These worthies went to Ireland n few weeks ago to aid in bringing about peace between thin warring factions of the Hibernians in Ireland At n meeting held to raise funds for a new church nt Dublin last Sunday Father ODonuell made an address in which he said that it was tlie poor Irish who built the churches of the United States National President Cum niinga declared that If following the efforts of the mission the Catholics of Ireland were not united by next Sunday it certainly would not be hits fault or Father ODonnells and ho added that the blame must tell where it belongs AMERICANS Assisted in Beatification of the Maid of Orleans Between 30000 and 40000 French pilgrims ninny residents of tonne and visitors from the United States and other countries thronged SL Sundaytoupon the beatification of Joan of Arc Soon alter daybreak streams of everyImaginableed the great edifice and nt 930 thunderedlhotheir places In the special galleries were the Duke pf Alencon the sisters of the Pope and n most of French and Italian nobilities The Haslllcn presented n fairylike appearance It was hung with red velvet draperies nnd everywhere strings of electric lights were artistically arranged Huge pictures representing the miracles of Juan of Arc and her statute were placed over the high altar Lot they were veiled Tne ceremony began fcy the reading of the brief at the last word of which the veils fe1L The statute ap peared framed with electric bulbs thf hens pealed forth mind the passed whichowas taken up by the must throng Many of the pilgrim overcome burnt into arrntla traces vhWi were ImmedltclT1Plro Jthen said r the first Pontifical nasa in honor ofI loan of Arc wlilclflSended the first portion of thin ceremony In the afternoon tho cereu orilal WIIH no less Impressive The Hi l VFuthcr passed phBrimsturesque guards to tIle altar After the singing of the IturgiclII hymn the advocates for the beatification presented to the loP thc traditional gifts of a basket Deflowers and the utagnlfkentlyhoutul1ope lint X oft W ted nt the sol emu benediction whlchfI replaced the ceremonies of the veneratlou of relics of the ibeatlftefl Joan of Are Because she was hustled at the gtuke there ore no relics e ftfieI prospective candidate for canon ration extant The Most Rev BiHjiiop OConnell of Boston Mouslgnort1 Seton of New Jersey titular Archbishop of illcliopolls iMonxIgngr Kennedy Hcc tor of the American College and Monsignor FarrellyJ1i Illshopclect of Cleveland represented the United States at the ceremonies 1 ETERNAL ZEST 1 Is the PortlonKf Beloved oLady+ Parish- Mrsgnes Weiss one of the oldest and most beloved lames in Louisville lied nt her home t547 Eighth street lust Saturday nkShe was born in Germany elghtyflvtf years ago but liuyl spent th9 breat v r psipt Of =1 Jlitiali oniy131 twanl Charles Weiss who died a few yeurS ago was for twenty years organist at St Louis Bertrands church and had more than n national reputation as a composer and an interpreter of church music Mrs Weiss is survived by ono son the JJev Father George Velss pastor of St Georges church and two daughters Mesdames William Nold nnd Philip Stark The funeral tooK place from St Marys church on Mon day morning St Marys was a real shrine to Mrs Weiss It was within its walls she beeame a bride more than fifty years ago and it was there that her children hind made their first communions where husband and chit dren had presided nt the organ and where she attended mass daily until the stress of otu age overtook her The funeral was largely attended and within the sanctuary were ninnyof the local clergy NORTHERN BROTHERS Meet In Social Seeslon and Form the Maple Leaf Club Louisville has a new social and patriotic organization In the Maple Leaf Club which was formally organ ized at the Seelbach on Friday night of last week The club Is composed of those residents of Louisville who are either natives of Canada or who lived in that country for a year Among the charter members and speakers were the Rev Father Will lam Gausepohl for years a resident of Canada Gordon Murray manager of one of Louisvilles largest dry goods stores Attorney J M Chatter son and Edward A Jonas The club will give a banquet on May 2iandexpects to have a distinguished Cana dian as the principal speaker The following officers were elected President Norman Rushton First Vice President G R Burton Second Vice President J M Chqtterson Third Vlco President Thomas E Barr Treasurer W E Warren Directors A T McDonald Dr Charles Molr Thomas Hastings and J H Ellis The object of the Maple Leaf Club Is twofold to promoto social relations among the members and to foster closer relations between the United States and Canada HONORED IN I11KLAXD A cablegram from Dublin tto the New York Times announces that P F Collier of New York now sojourning In Ireland has accepted the Mastership fUll3 Klldare fox hounds for next year and Isaac Bell another American has been presented with a testimonial by the Galway Blazers a well known Irish pack Tho testimonial took the form Iof a silver trophy In the shape of a SElmErYINTUIUW Richard Kennedy a well known foreman for the Indl Ha Manufacture hug Company le lyjrif att pile home 515 Illinois avenue JeffprwnvHle MiffftrinK from revere Injuries SUB talked bJaccIdentMly falling front a- atformI pl lIt tIte In na ueformator- yoN 1 needs 7 COMEDY At the City Hull Is Tragedy I to the People Who Pay- Check Like the Cat panic Buckl to trio Qfllce ofrciiy- linycr l AVlio Is Who in City Adminisz Vtyrrrxf tratloiij and Howj Placed r n jYj j ONE NEW FIREMAN S HISTORY There are political fans in Louls wile just us there are base ball fans They may not perform on the diamond but they understand the good points of the game when they see it played I Just now they are Wondering who is coaching Mayor GrInstead in his run around the bases for love and huts toward the cItizens of Louisville The Sons nu mire his courage but condemn his judgment They can not understand why he Is coached to play the right eousness game when so much crook edness Is apparent in the administra tier of city affairs Here are n few apparentCity a chccK from the Druinmond Manu facturing Company for 1240 Monday It is said to hove repre seated he amount necessary to make good the overcharges for weights on sewer caps On Saturday Mr Yost said he had been too busV to adver tise On Monday after he received the clietk he said it was nil n mistake City Buyer Yost is one of Mr Oclash ends appointees and staunchest supporters nnothlrJolie Endhomethickly populated district binds and gags the mistress of the house und changethereofficers in charge of tlie district are an hour late in arriving on the fiTne because tjicy did not think it was important The negro got away eeilllllleilOJolipelflhiitlsse1I beatfallmilthu tolllaihp1 would not have overlooked itRut this Is not all Watch how the IIIUnn111rt11See ofKcuhtekysonndfinancialconglomeration of incidental coin cidences that connect Mayor Orin KentachcyOscar TeterLeoLouisville Sewer Commission fiibas IonllllIIen KenttichyCe Bank of Kentucky nnd n Director of the Louisville Board of Water Works Funny is It not What lies Afayir Grinstead done for tIll humble taxpayer Whose elitist has lie espoused Who Is his questionfirst leighisadviser lie Is head of the Republican party In LouInvHlp and he Is the hired attorney of the Cumberland Telephone C mpantthe Louisville Railway Company and several other corporations It is all right to favor legitimate corporations working under legiti mate laws and neither of these aforementioned corporations have tivrongdohgbut tration done for the poor Jpan Thereby hangs a tale anti the tale while not absolutely proven heaps many earmarks of authenticity As Mother Goose would say Once upon n time Mayor Orlnstead sent n note to Judge Wheclrr AoGeo in which he hold him the revenue from the enoughFarn brow to the defender of the hound ing boyish tiny Tim and Jnvert of Louisville but the learned Judge recovered in n few minutes and re plied thnt he was Judge of tho Police Court that the Police Court was created to deal out justice notvto create revenue That seems to have been the end of the tale Of course nobody believes that the epistolary exchanges be tween the Mayor and the Judge were so brief but thore are many who would rather believe the story titan made through the Correspondence Not long ago Col hunger was noti fied by the Board of Public Safety of its Intention to put a certain man on the police force The Colonel was nsfoiimled The mnn hind been twice arrested in mysterious murder cases and hind been convicted of stealing barrel of whisky from n railroad err ITis picture is in the rogues trnllery here and elsewhere Col Hanger pleaded not to have the man thrust upon him TIIII plea was nvnllinsf Instead of making him a policeman the hoard made n fireman r f him and ho is now on duty In n popular resldenr o district VEXEUAIUK CITIZEN HKAD George Rltman one of the oldest dealers in sand and gravel in Louis Tille diedl at time family reMdeneo 1413 South Bank street on londav mornInp le was born in Germany rentytnr ie YM r ego hut cane to alohlid1 o thelJonllsconsidered a very wealthy man Rltman tiinuHscd a competency 11I ev1eralthe following children MM Wllllnin L Wcllcr JR wife of the Circuit Clerk Mrs Joseph Taylor Mrs II C HIbbs Jr Misses Mollie nnd Eva Hltinnn and lieu Hitman The funeral took place from St Philip Neris church Wednesday morning and was attended by n jloVge number of his old friends nnd business associates CENTRAL COMMITTEE t Will Organize Musical and Drarnatlc Club For C K of A The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met Friday night of last week with a splendid attendance and President John Scholda presiding Harry Veeneman of the Membership Com mittee told what was being done by himself and colleagues and reported that as a result of the visit of Presi dent Schalda to Branch 36 some times called St Anthonys Branch that body had decided to send delegates to the Central Committee William T Meehan reported that the Ritual Committee was ready for the new Initiatory exercises and was prepared to exemplify the degrees when the occasion offered In belnlf of the Employment CommltU Chairman Relchert said that all o the Knights who had reported out of work were ro employed and that sev eral vacancies were yet to be tilled All of these reports were received with applause and adopted Thomas Feely a veteran member of Branch 4 announced that he had secured sev oral new members and urged his colleagues to get out Individually and go after the young men It was tHe addition of young blood he said that would strengthen the order Ben Speaker urged the formation of a musical and dramatic club There was lots of talent he said in the order and among the sons daughters and friends of the members Such a club could do a world of good Its members would visit one branch after another whenever a social session was to be held and would always afford wholesome and popular amusement without cost to the branches The suggestion was considered an ad mirable one and Mr Speaker was Instructed to proceed to organize the club of which he spoke W T Speokel11Ithe order in many ways Delegate Charles Hill Invited the committeet Marys church on the morning of tho first Sunday In May when Branch 4f would approach holy communion in a bodyThe Entertainment Committees report though not complete showed that its efforts were crowned with success BACK TO TOWN Chorus Will Play Very Im portant Features in Way The large class which is to Luke part in Aulyu Kanstons latest musical chatter hack to Town is rapidly rounding into splendid shape The chorus Iis made up of twentyfour unarming girls and sixteen clever boys and wltfli these go nullity of the bust voices in time Pulls Cities The choruses of Mr Kanstonsoperittas hue always proven popular but in Buck to Town Mr Knnston has ar ranged by the addition of more difficult drills fancy dunces and soio work to specialize the chorus lie promises the presentation of some very pretty pictures and stage pic tues are one of Mr Kanstons strong pointsThose who lave witnessed the re hearsals predict that tho show will be a greater success titan anything ever given by Muckins Choral Club These connolseurs have commented favorably on tile fresh beauty of the young girls In the chorus and it has been remarked that they will indeed com pose a chorus that may justly be called one of real beauty During time past productions of Mackln Councils Choral Club Tho Dreamers and A Mile Front Town it has been necessary to give an extra performance In addition to flip original three performances but for Rack to Town the committee has arranged in advance for four performances with the understanding that thero will postlvcly not be a repetition The four performances will be produced at Mnculevs Theater on the mmihFridayinee on the afternoon of Saturday May 22 I snOWED CHRISTIAN SPIRIT Every Protestant congregation In Saranac Lake N Y has through Its minister In charge offered the use of Its place of worship to the congregation of St Bernards Catholic church until such tlme as anew church may be built to replace the edifice destroyed by fire The Methodists were tho first to make the offer and were quickly followed by the Presbyterians and Episcopalians While deeply grateful for tile proffered assistance the priests of St Bernards have arranged to have services In the opera house so long as temporary quarters are necessary ClfAIUTlT OF IIdS The recent benefit given by the Elks of Sacramento In behalf of Catholic charities of the capital nettedl over 1960 a larger sum- theniwas l ever before realized from iinUair entertainments in the pasta CI n- R LEXINGTON Will Soon Have n Banner Div l8lon of the Ancient Order Louisville Hibernians Royally Received Before the Conference G nestsamlhosts Highly Pleased With Result oi Recent Visit CHARTER ROLLTO BE FIVE SCORE It was a happy party of Hibernians that returned from Lexington to Louisville last Sunday evening and they left their prospective brethren in the Bluegrass capital as happy and as enthusiastic as themselves The Louisville visitors were State Presi dent George J Butler County Presi SeoretaryWlllinmvan William M HIggins editor of the Kentucky Irish American Dr ohn T Chawk and William Chawk AJ a result of their visit and confer ence with leading citizens of IrishAmericanItermined to establish the A O II In that city without delayThe Louisville delegation reached Lexington at 1110 oclock and was nndescortedHon William Klalr played host In true Kentucky style For an hour or more after dinner the visitors were shown points of interest in tho city LclandHotellargedouble I disposal of the conference committee The delegates to the conference 1 from Lexington were Nicholas Ryan McHughJnmesof Police J J Reagan Michael R Fox John F Nnnan and Eugeno Daly While all of these gentlemen helped to entertain the visitors there were others John nines Dennis Hlckey and lion William Klalr were toil iiuuu both before and after thE conference to keep them company and to std 4 t at they wanted for lcUJfiir 0 0 The conference was Informal Inns much as there was no presiding officer but State President George J Butler was the recognized leader In all that was said and done lie pointed out the alms and objects of the Ancient Order of Hibernians nnd told what it had accomplished for people of the Irish race in the East and what It was doing In the West and South Other visitors who spoke ConnellyCounty rick T Sullivan President of Division 3 and William M Higgins The various speakers talked along the same lines as Mr Butler but each one struck an individual note on some phase of the organization- Its motto Unity Friendship and Christian Charity was lauded What the old members did to build up this mighty society of Gaels was told by another Others still expounded the history of the order the lessons It Installs recounted its works of charity Its methods of procedure and the good feeling that results from membership Still others told what Hibernlanistn had done for the cause of religion William J toldhowJefferson county officers were to meet with such n cordial reception and toll find so many Interested Hibernians 4 William M HIggins said among other things that the question had been frequently asked Why Is there not a division of the Hibernians at Lexington He said thlthe had asked the same question on his arrival here and found jione able to give a satisfactory answer unless It was that the proper feeling had never been aroused until time present time On behalf of the hosts Tames C vhlchhehe heard during the conference and he saw many good reasons why Lex- Ington should have a good division John Nunans remarks were most encouraging and he pleaded with his charterlist ti that a division could bo formed with pleadedforof Chief of Polite J J Reagan It was decided to secure 100 charter mem burs The work of enrolling will begin immediately but the charter openforness the Sttttte officers wll bo notified and the Jefferson county degree team twill visit Lexington to institute the now division and initiate the new members It Is probable that Paris Maysvllle and Covlngton will also send delegations to the festivities ALMOST MIX SCORE Mrs Catherine Leonard died last month near Cappu more County Lim erick nt the egg of 118 She land a faint recollection of tinet Irish re bellion of IS Her fathers house vas luauily blltIhim that she called her fourth son DtltllLlrll Leonard luau fourteen thettnericanI IsninetyfireIs sixty years oldpJr j t r KENTUCKY IRISH AM73RIOAD3 KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanccmeraent oi Irish Americans arid Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Pottofllc a SecoodClae natter Address all Commusltatloas to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 24 1909 TUB CATHOLIC MlItHOlt The Catholic Mirror a new weeklyJJ Journal published at Memphis Tonn made Its appearance last week aUlIII was a welcome addition to ourI exchanges To paraphrase the words of its editor it is little but live andI we hope that It will remain live andII wax larger LINCOfJXIHONOR FOR JUDGE I Judge Walter P Lincoln has been I honored by election as Vice President of the Polytechnic Society of Kentucky It wait the Polytechnic Society that was tho forerunner of the Carnegie Public Library and as such inculcated the spirit that made the Carnegie Library a possibility The honor is worth having and Judge Lincoln will worthily fill the post KNOWS SOMETHING What club does Robert Posted holdover the editor of the Louisville Evening Post The Kentucky Irish American has no desire to hammer a man that Is down and yells enough but it intends to fight for the people along Democratic lines Foster confessed Judgment in the Criminal division of the Circuit Court on Wednesday after lie had been indicted for assault Previous to confessing Judgment Foster sought a pardon from Gov Willson I and was refused Foster has yelled enough That ought to make it quits but the editor of the Post J fineJIn another column tells how Lafon Allen and Alt Selllgman defended him free of charge Now which is to bo believed the editorial or the alleged news columns of the Evening Post TARIFF QUESTION The masses of the American people are sick and tired of Republican hypocrisy In the National Government as well as in the citiesand States Now at last the Democrats In the United States Senate have the chance of their lives to show what they are made of and pave the way for a Democratic victory in the near future The Dingley bill under which we are now working is a prohibitive tariff and from a Democratic standpoint the only way to meet the Issue Is a revenue tariff pure and simple President Taft was elected on a promise that an equal revision down- Ward would and should be made and he is fair enough to admit It If the Democratic Senators will stand to gether and compile all the items in detail that have been advanced over the Dingley rates they will show the Insincerity and hypocrisy of the Republican party The advanced rates in the Payne and Senate bill are favors dealt out to special interests with a pull and are the results of a conspiracy and deception- It vill not be necessary to waste time on reduced schedules or Dingley rates that have not been touched Every Democratic Senator shouldI take up each item of the Senate bill t that has been advanced over Dingley rates and let the country know all about it Let the Democratic Sen ators have a list printed of every item that has been advanced stating the Dingley rate in one column and the percentage of advance in another If you go into details you will be sur- prIsed i at the results 1 Senator Paynter the senior inem ber oi this august body from Ken tucky might do well to advocate tho work among his Democratic col leagues and while tho Kentucky Irish American has no axe to grind with the Junior Senator it feels that William O Bradley will stand fast for Kentucky and her Interests even if he is a Republican- At present Washington Js Infested with representatives of all protected Interests who have hired and are assisted by the worst kind of pro tensional lobbyists calling themselves attorneys seeking still higher protec S + tion or to retain what they have and 0making all sorts of deals to accom t push their ends- CirANI1 OP HEART According to the New York dally papers the Rev W A Wasson the fighting parson who changed the map of Long Island from wet toI dry prohibition has failed to solve n the drink problem This is what hp t says about the prohibition movement f Having seen it tried on If you wish deformation vote torso Ho ns if you wish reformation r vote for license In opposing prohi bition you are opposing the moat solemn and pretentious humbug and fraud ithat ever masqueraded finder r the name of reform Prohibitionists know how to curse but they have not learned how to bless The prohibition plan Is on a par with the getrichquick schemes Is there anything wrong about drinking a glasl of beer or wine with your dinner Certainly not I have four boys growing up and I hope that none of them will ever have to live In n prohibition town The new fad at salvation has taken the place of the old gospel The constables shield would be a more suitable badge for the W C T U than the white fibbon This minister fought and fought hard for the drys He won Now be Is anxious for someone to take hisJ winnings off his hands AGAINST SOCIALISM The Kentucky Irish American recommends to its German readers the CentralDlatt and Social Justice published in St Louis by the Germa Central Vereln and edited by the Rev Dr A Brclg of Cleveland Ohio and tho Rev Father Peter C Dietz of Oberlin Ohio The object of the Central Blatt is to refute the fallacies of Socialism Sir Thomas Lipton must bo glvol credit for being a game sportsma In London this week ho said I will try again for the Americas cup an AuguiIuniversal tubes with a nlnetyfoc boat I have no complaint to mak of past treatment Tho best hoat has always won The reason fc- luy persistence Is that I want the cup The Louisville Commercial Clul Is to congratulated on having tw such able and energetic officers IPresident Fred Kelsker and Secrete A T MacDonald They not onl3 made the Southern Electrical Expos tlon a possibility but they will brln it to a successful conclusion tonight Two men can not do all the ork Louisville needs more KelskeVs anI MneDonnidsRECENT HEATHS John L Crowe thirtytwo rcar old died at midnight last Sattmla and his funeral took place from tltI Cathedral of the Assumption Tucidn morning The deceased woe a SOl of Mrs Bridget Crowe of 144 Nor Fourth street Mrs Minnie Crowley has the syii patltyoft many Mends over tIt death of her tldrtc n yearold son Dell ert Crowley who passed away Ii tho family residence 1123 Ash stree Snlurflny night The deceased was j bright boy and a general favorit The funeral took place from St Pauls church on Tuesday Tho funeral of Mrs Edward R Constantine who died at tho famll residence 316 East Jacob stree Friday afternoon of last week tool place from St Mary Magdalen church Monday morning She is sui vlved by her husband and seven children Previous to her marrlag she was Miss Anna M Burkholdc and was one of Louisvilles leadin vocalists During her married lit she was one of the most active your matrons in Catholic charity circles Mrs Catherine Hargadon one t0 the oldest members of St Johns par grandIson Frock YIcgand 1014 street Tuesday afternoon and he funeral1 took place from St John oliurch Thursday scorning Mr Hargadon was born in Ireland mot than seventy years ago but her far ploneerIamonJ1le Her daughter Mrs Annie AViegan severalI grandchildren and grea grandchildren survive hor Mrs J W Hudden died at th family residence Seventeenth qn High streets on Friday night of las week and the funeral which too place from St Patricks church 01 Monday was attended l y n larg concourse of friends Death resulte from acute Indigestion The decease is survived by five children and brother John R Kelly of the Ii ternal Revenue Service of the Unite States Mrs Hudden was born 1 Ireland sixtytwo years ago tout ha spent many years in Louisville BEGAN HUMBLY Charles M Schwab who starte driving stakes Ilsa surveyor for th Carnegie Company and drove them swell that he ultimately became ilea of the United States steel corpora tlon was fortyseven years old las Sunday Before ho drove stakes h drovo a stage coach from Loretto tl Cresson PatIn after years he gay Loretto a 150000 Catholic churchI and he went to live Ina 500000 home on Riverside drive Now Tor City PUNCHEDI FOR CAUSE Phwat did Casey get run In fort He puAchJ the facet oftbtlllgraph operator Yer see be wu hId Ina 112 lli8to bis girl h handed IttotheopeliJoraD jtb braxwr dtyil atartitd in to tiJt- c ct S M3 iiS0GIETV I Marshall Burke of St Louis visits his old friends and relatives in Louis vllle this week Mrs Elizabeth Camfield of Jeffer Bonvllle has as her guest Mrs Mar Carey of Jeffersonvllle Miss Ida Blanche Pllson who suf fered a threatened attack of typhoid fever is able to be out again Mrs John Farrington of Springfield Mo is visiting her aunts the Misses McCann at Jeffersonville Mr and Mrs Will McNally of 3421 Bismarck avenue are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy Mr and Mrs Thomas B Newman and children of Frankfort spent several days In Louisville this week Martin Coyle has returned from Athertonville where he visited his parents during the Easter holidays Airs James F Gibbons has bccn the guest of her sister Mrs John I Waters of Frankfort for sever days Miss Elizabeth Higgins of Flor ence Place had as her guests tl1ls week Misses Eleanor and Laura McCarthy of Newport Miss Nellie Kenney 2254 Frankfort avenue who has been serlousl Ill is making marked Improvement since the good weather set In Miss Mary Weber and Patrick Clifford will be married In the rector of Our Lady of Portland next Wednesday The Rev Father Cot nlffe will officiate Miss Carrie Langwell of Monk cello Is visiting Mrs H T Esterle of 2206 Frankfort avenue and several social functions have been arranged In her bonor Miss Katherine Dupont of Crescent Hill entertained Monday with ia linen shower in honor of Miss Julii Worst who is to become Mrs Ray 1 mond Barrett next Wednesday Mrs Sterling B Toney formerly 01 Louisville but for several years pasta resident of Colorado will return to Kentucky about May 1 to be tho guest of her sister Mrs DarwIn Johnson at Pewee Valley Miss Catherine R OBryan and William O R Hannan were united r in marriage at St Louis Bertrandi church at 7 oclock Wcdnesda morning The bride Is tho accom plished daughter of Mrs Catherine OBryan and the groom Is a rising young business man Miss Clara Elinor Gorman the tal ented daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh Gorman and William J Hantz of Pensacola Fla will be united In marriage at St Mary Magdalen church at 9 oclock on the morning of Tuesday May 4 The Rev Fathei William Gausepohl will officiate at the ceremony t SUNSET EXCURSION Is Planned by the Member of Division 2 A O H Division 2 A O H held a rous- Ing meeting Friday night of last week with President Con J Ford pre siding As It was the first meeting after Lent the attendance was quit large and the enthusiasm great Tin applications of Mike Fallon Franl Liston and J R Hall were preesnted Mr Fallon was elected and obligated In obligating him President Ford de livered a splendid address on Hiber nlanlsm that was appreciated by tho old members as well as by the candl datesDuring the evening a committee was appointed to arrange for a sun set excursion during the summer All the members were enthused over the idea and as soon as a boat can be secured and the date arranged efforts will be made to attract a large crowd DEATH OF VENKKAIILE LADY Mrs Catherine Scully one of tho oldest and most venerable matrons iIt the Dominican parish died at her residence 1015 South Seventh street at 1020 oclock Saturday night Death resulted from the infhtmltic usually attendant upon old age Mrs Scully was born in Ireland seventy three years ago but had spent half a century in Louisville Her husband James Scully died several years ago llwo children Mrs Margaret RcHli and Miss Josie Scully survive her The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Mbnda morning and many old friends oft the family attended the obsequies o d VICIOUS DOGS ATTACK It k Officer Thomas McGoff one of n Louisvilles oldest and most trusted e policemen was attacked by a vicious d dog at Sixteenth and Gallaghe d streets about midnight on Friday of a last week Before ho succeeded In 1 subduing tho animal McGonVs sided Was badly lacerated and his clothe n torn Into ribbons The injured of d fleer wont to a physician at once and had the wound cauterized It Is not believed that he will suffer any permanent ill effects- COMMENCEMENTII SEASON e a The commencement season is rapS d idly approaching and the varIous academies of the Covfngton diocese i It have already announced their dates e as follows Cardome Academy o Georgetown June 18 St Catherine e Lexington June 17 i Notre Dame Newport June 11 r Notre Dame Cov O Ington June 21 iLa Salette Coving k ton June 22 Immaculata Newport June 23 St Walburgs Covington June 24 UAOAUJJErS THEATER or The tnotit notable operatic seasei h re tfor nanyyears will beIn augur aced ai ac caufeyf l1tea t r Monday nd t when Qi8Uo ton Grand Opera Company opem with VerdUt immortalI 0 n- I 0 II Trovatore to be followed by three other performances The en gagement should be a successful one as the company Is the best In this country PENSION SCHEME For Workmen of Germany Has Certain Insurance Features The Berllnger Tageblatt gives details of the proposed reform of workmens Insurance scheme the Government is about to lay befon the Reichstag The bill provides for the Insurance of widows and orphans which will bo joined to the already existing old age insurance Thi scheme is like the old age insurance contrtoutory the employer and em ploys each paying half tho costs the Government adding fifty marks to each widows pension and thirty teach orphans The result of the new scheme will be to Increase the amount of workmens insurance con tributions by 30 to 40 per cent In order to give the Insured persons some share In the control of the sys tom the pensions will be fixed by local insurance officers composed of employers and employes under die Presidency of an official who is an expert insurance actuary These of fivers will exercise all he function now filled by the lower administra the classes the police nnd the courts Insurance against sickness is to be centralized as far as possible in the future the costs to be met by equa contributions from employers aad employes It is jiroppseil further to extend sickness insurance to fores and agricultural workers servants peddlers and casual laborers- COiISOMENII1AUS Mrs Nona Corso and Otto Menk units were united in marriage at St Michaels church the Rev Father Martin OConnor officiating at 730 oclock Wednesday evening On ac count of a recent bereavement in the brides family the marriage was a quiet one Joseph M and Thomas J Garvey brothers of the bride weri the only attendants Mr and Mrs Menkihaus have begun housekeeping at 1219 West Oak street- FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park one of Louis villes most popular resorts will be formally opened for the season on Sunday May 2 Tony Lamlenwloh will be the active manager of the parl and none knows the people that liar the resort bettor than he Manager Landemvlch announces tim there will be free pates at Fontahx Ferry this year and that the choices vaudeville attractions have heel booked for the theater- HANDSOME DONATIONS It is reported that Mrs Rosa C Kloror of Canton who presented the McKinley homestead to the Cleveland diocese for Mercy Hospital will make nn additional donation of 40000 for the enlargement of the institution Mrs Klorer purchased the home foi 21000 Rev Victor Arnould in his wllltfgave a 10000 bequest which lc fIIppllfd to thee cancellation o- f1liin arising fr n the remodeling l t Moose En CAPITAN COMING The Ceeilian Choral Club aft orfianl zation of well known young Gatholl ladles and gentlemen will present the tunaful comic opora El Cnpitan at Maonuleys theater on Monday am Tuesday evenings May 10 and 11 Tin proceeds rill be devoted to a worthy cause Hie club is made up of thc young men and women who presented the Mikado last year for the bene fit of the Catholic Womans Club HOWLING HIEEN VISITORS Patrick Fitzpatrick and Miss Maggie FJtpntrick of Bowling Green ore tits guests of Mr and Mrs HIM Hum of 712 East Walnut street Mr Fitzpatrick was formerly engaged In the liquor business In Bowling Green but was prced out by the locnl option movement As yet he has not de Bided upon a new venttfre but ex pects to rcengdgc in business at an early date PORTLANDI VS SIIELBY1ILLE The Portland baseball club will meet the Ghelbyvlllo team of th Bluegrass tongue tomorrow afternoon at the Portland park Thirty second and Rudd avenue and a rat tling good game can be expected an the Shelbyville team is one of tho strutgeat do the State The Portland Stars are still a little chesty over their victory over the Frankfort tdiltr Inst Sunday and are claiming the championship of the State AVIIJj KENEXV PLEDGES I The Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society of New Albany met in thee church hall after tho late mass Sunday and made arrangements for the annual reobligation ceremonies which take place on May 2 This society was founded thirty years ago and has GOO members Fathers Cur ran and Halpln will officiate at tho ceremonies FORTY HOLJKS PRAYER Forty Hours adoration of tho Blessed Sacrament will begin at St James church In tho Highlands at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow Rev Father Willett will be assisted by several local priests at the mass to morrow and again at the close of the devotions on Tuesday morning DEATH WAS PATHETIC Mrs Ann Gushing a highly re spected resident of Covlngton died I at tho family residence In that city Thursday night of last week Sev eral years ago her husband John rushing went West In search of em ployment Letters came from him at San Francisco regularly until the earthquake since which time no word has been heard froth him liar funeral took place on Monday POPE THANKS BELGIANS His Holiness Pope Plus X received the tresident or the Belgian CllthoUc Association last Saturdayand thanked him fprihe5OOO Peters tense The money vrlll jfb totJte- Irenel 6f the earthquake sufferers ashYofwbeensstill in distr- kY You CAN Always feel perfectly as sured of getting exactly what you desire here in carpets Rugs Mailings Linole urns Oilcloths Lace Curtains Wallpaper Etc I HUBBUCH BROS 521 524 W MARKET STREET 7uTTtCMULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wed Nights and Wednesday Matinee BOSTON GRAND OPERA COMPANY WITH BIG CHORUS 1lOc HOPKINS lOcI Where the Crowds Go VAUDEVILLEAND Moving Pictures CONTINUOUS 1 to 5 7 to 11 pm UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENM I FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth st Pr VestIIIUUr eett Columbia Theater FouJI Ave NestDreamlandet We cater especially to Ladies and Children KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A now council will be instituted tomorrow at Ironton Ohio Chicago Knights are planting to give a mammoth charity concert on stay 2- Hon James M Kehoe of Mays vlllo was the guest of honor at New port Council Wednesday Evening The council at Dunkirk N Y gave a minstrel show Monday night and there were fifty Knights In the chorus Rochester Council will give a dramatic entertainment Wednesday night for the purpose of Increasing its building fund New York Knights are arranging for a mammoth celebration of Columbus day recently legalized as a holi day in that State Hon Victor J Dowling of New York was the principal guest of honor at the annual banquet of the Massachusetts State Council in Boston Monday night Flye Wisconsin cities are prepar- Ing to hold Initiations tomorrow and eight other towns In the same State are preparing to confer the degrees before July 1 Judge Matt ODohorty of Louisville and Hon Edward Dunne for nor Mayor of Chicago will be the orators at the initiation banquet at Columbus Ind Tomorrow The councils ut Fort Madison Keokuk and Burlington Iowa will hold a joint initiation in the latter cUr tomorrow Seventyflvo candi dates will receive the three degrees The order is growing rapidly In Oregon and plans are under way to form a State Council at Portland onl May 11 and 12 and tho Portlandl Council will confer the three degrees on a large class on May 9 Plttsburg and Duquesne councils have decided to postpone building a new home for at least a year They wart to lot business conditions im prove before doing any more work Tho site for tho joint home cost thorn 60000 FANCIES OF FASIIIOX Irish crochet lace is the favorite or jabots There Is a general trend towardI tiller garments Burnt and butter tones seem to be he loaders among straw hats Black and white combinations continue to bo popular in millinery In millinery the black hat is n strIking adjunct of the spring dls lays Classic Ideas are followed as much as possible In the arrangement of the coiffure Straight fronted corsets still prevail and the new shapes aro long at tho back Sleeves must be close but not so close at the elbows as they were dur- Ing the winter The pointed waistline Is a novelty after the straight across effects of he empire out Mixtures of grays and browns with eep tones are still as In the winter iiiiQiig tho popular fabrics On tailormades the sleeves are lain and severe but on dressy gowns they are puffed and ruffled Blouses almost without exception arB being chosen to match the gowns with which they are to be worn Foulards after having for severalI rears been a drug on the market are now coming smartly to the tore gain CRACK BALL TEAM Chickasaw Council Y M I at empuis has a crack ball team thU tar and hoe arranged for a series otf games with MVral of the bf t meow In the South o STEWART DRY GOODS CO Dullness Established Sixty Years YrJQItJtsrO ILAIRD1 SCHOBER OXS Street Ties 500 to 600 Grades Sale Price 385 A Pair f This Low Shoe sale embraces the remainder ofa great purchase of Lairds exquisite Street Ties for the celebration event and we respectfully urge forenoon buying to obtain choicest selections Practically all the most desired leathers represented in 85effectsPrice STEWART DRY GOODS COIIncorpotilH- IX CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCHEEBY fc t INEW you REMARKABLE SALE OF i Mens and Boys White Plaited Shirts 49cWe arp going to place on sale MONDAY APRIL 19th 100 dozen Mens and Boys Fine White Plaited Coat Shirts in three differ ent Plaits beautiful laundered and well made throughout values up to 100 ON SALE MONDAY 49c 1YL O MOSES COIncorporated FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR J KINSELLA Gen Sup Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters 0yQ30 jxa0i G a BASE BALLWe are headquarters for Baseball goods of every description Mens complete Uniforms lettered with name of club at 150 250 300 450 525 and upward Boys suits 100 and 200 150 Patterns of Gloves hd MitTsto select from Sole agents for the official D and MI base ball Every style Bat made by the factory The SUTCLIFFE CO Incorporated 119 S FOURTH ST MTxyQ rt 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Acti n of 1he Democratic Party MAGIe CARPET CLrANE Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the original bright colors Also cleans rugs druggets portieres clothes etc 8oz bottle 50c and sample bottle of Magic Renew Gloss for your furniture SSUPERIOR FILTER ft uTLUlHLII WIQITV CO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS ST06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Dose For the Least Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR4J J COUCHMAN bust OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET i IN FAR NEW ZEALAND The Hibernians of Greymouth New Zealand havo presented an an nual1trold medal to the local schools nordeto encourage the studyof Irlah Witory C u o r- FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARHET ST CBe THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attentions and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE CF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospltaU for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rate very reas onable For further particulars apply touMOTHER MARY REQINAn- ERCY HOSPITAL Spark Avtive i HmulIkIIlado 1 A r c KENTUCKY IRISH AJM RICAN 1909 NOVFIBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEXT in TH AIAGISTISRIAXv DISTRICT Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1000 JVOVE3VH3EK LECCLIO1 T 1OOO WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DASHER CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second ad Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVIN CANDIDATE FOR JUDGEJEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT COMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party tntt tt t t ttttttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answtnd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +N+++++ It t + 4 t t I t t t tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street NNNNOebN b i00N NNNON NNNNONNeNN E TRACY L H STRAUB iiJ BOTH PHONES 363 t i TRACY STRAUB jj- II FUNERAL DIRECTORS T AND EMBALMERS I I Cartl STREETshort I t NN NON NNNNN 44444444444444444444444444 A t M M HI H f t I Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 a It t t t t t THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for11 occasions 1225 W MARKET ST 6Iye your boys en education that will prepare them far life ST XAVIER COLLEGE 112 V HroadwyLepfyille Ky Coo4uct4 W the Xaveriaa Brother Clawkel SdentMc swt lN hk iCourse Preparatory De Inretrar e Ihfiringtoolwettqut DyrIa Tr bm Moderate lira Java Db1 I Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty norm PHONE 1077 HENRY AAIJIJ 1 1PilLSP DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gluts Wearing Apparel WDKGUARANTEED rhODe adjs 528 Fifth Street HENRY HUNOLD BKAX8R IN Sfaplland Fancy Grocirlisr A FIRn cuss SAMPLE ROSM i IN CONNECTION OM WkUUMa Specialty n o S40W WALNUT i Notice to the Public r Beginning Sunday May 2 1909 the payontheplatform cars will be placed in operation on the Portland avenue and Shelby street line The operation of this type of car means greater safety and convenience and quicker boarding and leaving ofcars We request the cooperation of the public in making the use of this type of car a success stepIPassengers may thus board or alight in safety The motorman controls the front exit eliminating danger at that point The observance of the following requirements will facilitate the successfulopera tion of these cars 1Enter at rear only by step marked Entrance 2 Have exact fare ready 3Deposit fare in fare box 4Request transfer when paying fare SPass quickly into car 6Leave car either at front or rear exit preferably the front The Louisville Railway Company HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dor g the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 of Rochester will close its charter on May 1 Newark N J now has four divis ions of tho Ladles Auxiliary Division 15 of Brooklyn expects to havo 400 members by July 1 Mrs Charles Callahan of the Ladies Auxiliary is much improved St Paul is to have a live base ball league composed of the Hibernians of Ramsey county Miss Mary Sheridan and Miss Maggie Shea of the Ladies Auxiliary are still on the sick list Division 8 of the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul had thirtytwo tables going nt its last euchre Division 1 of Newport H I has paid the last note on Its new home and is now entirely out of debt Division 4 is the only local division that will meet next week and its session will be hold Tuesday night A movement is on foot to estab lish a scholarship for Irish history and literature at the Ottawa Uni versity Various members of the Ladles Auxiliary voiced their approval of lSter11Icsdaday night Initiated three candidates and it was announced that seven new members were to bo obligated Savannah Hibernians havo appro priated a sum sufficient to pay for a handsome oil portrait of tho late P J OConnor familiarly known as Georgias Little Giant Through the Instrumentality of Hibernians a Catholic matron has been installed at the Union Station at St Louis The plan has the endorsement of Archbishop Glennon Prof Michael G Rohan National Chairman of tho Irish History Com mittee reports that he is well pleased with the results attained in the last everyStatetory committees In tho field Washington Hibernian delivered an Illustrated lecture on tho Irish in America at Wheeling W Va last Tuesday repeatedhoThursday at Elkins In tho same State SOME AWFUL BLUNDERING A Now York reporter innocently states that the Apostate Fathers are giving a great mission at a down town church A Catholic contem porary suggests that the Passionate Fathers might assist Over there said an Irish guide is the Presenta tlon Convent Who presented WI Uhked an intelligent Kngllsh tourist who sat next to us as we drove out of Killarncy Wo must make allowance for our separated brethren MOTION PICTURES The advent of spring has only served to bring better crowds to the moving pictures at the several thea ters operated by Jjie JJrlncoss Amuse dayshaveColumbia and Princess Theaters Next week new films and better music are promised at each of the theaters DELICIOUS BROWN BREAD Onethird cup of molasses one third cup of sugar ono and onethird cups of buttermilk one level tea spoonful of salt threefourths cup of white flour one and onebait cups graham flour ono heaping teaspoon soda dissolved in a little water Stir well together and add onehalf cup of raisins and a few English walnuts Turn quickly into bake tu and let stand onehalf hour before baking Bake in moderate oven thirtyfive minutes GASOLINE A CLEANER Delicate fabrlca can M eteAiltd peN I recUr by using jftMoHmi with a teacupful of corn moat Tk meat r IJ 0 u U- ay 7Do not block either exit 8 Smoking will be allowed on front platform only 9When necessary change will be fur nished by conductor 10 Passengers are requested to deposit fare in fare box themselves and not handsame to conductor t Grand Introductory Sale Radical Reductions In Every Department of Our Immense Store We want you to be come acquaintedwith our New Store learn our new methods learn to buy where a dollar buys more than I a dollars worth Sale commences Sat urday April 24 and continues for 10 days only MS1IlMnoqoorsateods Co MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight tens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen S- uptjww t u MAGICI 1 6 LO65L Puts new life in your old furniture and fixtures It cleans polishes and veneers metals hard woods furniture etc re storing original newness with but little labor 12oz bottle 50c and a sample CarpetCleanerCleanermm S FILTER I MM CO 418 S Third St Louisville Ky Giias fl RouersPR- AYER BOOK GO BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or XVKHT DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and whoiesale Deal ers IB Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tabphsne194Ll 234 SIXTH STREET scours out all tthe spots Place meal in dish pour gasoline over It then iurtw and rub through the hands Ap ply to soiled spptarubbIRg care ully Jruflbout with tlK brus1tct 1 I j IRELAND Record of the fast Important elt the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges IThe Cavan Board of Guardians has accepted sixty tons of Irish coal Longford Workhouse was destroyed by fire but fortunately no lives were lost Tho people of Limerick regret the death of William Lundon M P which took place recently Patrick J Kerley of Ardee has been admitted to practice as a solicitor in the Irish courts The people of Waterford are mourning the death of Thomas Croke of Thomas Hill Terrace Sir OMoore Creagh the new Com manderlnChlef of the British army In India is a native of the County KerryJohn Cuthbert a well known farmer of Derry died while crossing Carlisle bridge Death was due to heart disease Dr John Roche who has been medical officer of the Fermoy Union Hospital has resigned after forty four years service At Solohead County Tlpperary Rev Father Kinane was presented with n set of silver mounted harness by his parishioners John OCallaghan while quarrying in the Klllmoro district County Mayo uncovered a piece of ore that ho believes is rich in gold The Tyrone Agricultural Commit tee has decided to establish a model farm and school and 38000 has been appropriated for the purpose Joseph Loughlin of Ballyvalley County Down has resigned as Warden and his resignation has been accepted by the Newry Board of GuardiansVery Father Ronayne died at his parochial residence Mount Bellow recently He had ministered to the people of his parish for thlrtInine years Monslgnor McAlpine of Clifton County Galway and Vicar General of the dloccso of Tuam will visit America for his health within the next few weeks- Parishioners of the Roy Thomas Morris of Balladlne County Gal way havo presented him with a roll top desk a bedroom suite and an illuminated address Residents of tho City of Cork are mourning the death of former Mayor and Alderman Barrett Ho served two years as Lord Mayor and fourteen years as Alderman The Rev Father A Lowry has been transferred from Johnstown to Fallahelrn County Kilkenny His old parishioners presented him with an illuminated address In the County Armagh Cardinal Logutr has appointed the Rev Father Bernard Doncllan of Ravondale and the Roy Father Francis McNally of Upper Kllleary Canons of the arch dioceseFrancis OReilly a member of the Bawnbay Board of Guardians has purchased the house and lands at Gortinore and Dunglave County Cavan formerly owned by Thomas McGovern M P James McGowan of poromahair County Lojtrim has been unan imously chosen President of the Irish National Teachers Society This is the first time that the honor ever went to a Connachtman Sixteen men were released from the Clonmel jail after undergoing participating thousand people met them with bands and escorted them to their homes INNATE CHARITY A clergyman was much surprised potatoes gregation with a message saying that as he had remarked in his sermon on the previous Sunday that some commentatorsdidsome real good ones How good it Is reJlglonandl I peeplah t r FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO t rewers and ottlersLOUISVILLE T Y OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATKD c UIe44IIsLIC KY ICumb Phone West 191 1913THIC WIEDEMANN1YCORP- OSATEDBREWING COMPANYS t Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PRONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST lit JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I AND GET THE GENUINE DIAMOND IOO S U H KENTUCKY WALL Manufactured WALL PLASTER PLASTER by the CO Incorporated Brook end River Phono 22b7 Louisville Ky Also Operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jcffer onvlle Ind Phone 555 ++N f f f + ++ 4 + N+t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNE Ali KOLiE3 f 845 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS f i It U U All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices 3j7Oe Tl CALIFORNIAMONON ROUTEColonist one way tickets at the above rate will be on sale daily from March 2d to April 30th at Louisville vja the MO NON ROUTE to California North Pa pointsMonon10th Street and Broadway and connect at Chicago with all TransContinental beyondInquiries will receive prompt atten tion when addressed toE H BACON D P A Louisville Ky dyertlieirheads tlr F u r- T BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HOME PHONE 8772 JohnMRldge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING l Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overtoil Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAX L1 STERrHot Lunch every morfSag fro 8t1 to 1230 ocl k 42 WV OKHZ 1llr- J i- J a FdiJT t f r IIRZsII AlYIFiRICAltii DEATHWithout Insurance Is Terrible TAKE A POLICY IN THE r Catholic Knights and Ladies of AmericaRE- PRESENTED l IN TWENTY STATES Cheapest InsunmceObtainable Death Claims Paid in Thirty Daysi EXAMINE THESE RATES Age Quarter Half Full Age Quarter Half Full 500 1000 00 500 1000 2000 18040 080 160 3360 120 240 19141 81 162 3661 122 244 125 250 2041 82 164 376321 42 84 16S 3864 127 251 260 2244 87 1743965 L30 2345 89 178 40 66 132 210 4167 134 2 fib 24 46 91 192 2547 93 186 4269 137 274 140 280 437026 4H 96 192 2750 100 200 44 r 71 142 284 28s1 102 204 4572 144 2953 105 21046 78 156 30 54 LOS 216 47 84 168 315 110 220 4890 180 3257 113 226 49 96 192 33 58 115 230 SO 102 204 dt 59 118 236 Recording Secretaries and Their Addresses Mary E Sheridan 2022 Lytle street Thomas J1Moran 1534 Lytle Josie Monahan 1609 West Madison Margaret OConnor 3425 Fourth Theresa Kiley 531 South Fifth Isabella Scanlan 525 S Twentyseventh Miss A C Hughes 1033 Brook Miss M Roth 931 Marshall Ella Flaherty 2329 Rowan Dr P S Ganz 1942 Sixth Maggie L Wallate 821 Franklin Michael Lyons 2414 High August Haurv 1788 Wilson William J Woodsmall 2309 Frankfort Martin Stocker 913 Barrett avenue Jacob P Miller 2916 West Stratton Alice Morris 1708 Magazine FOR APPLICATIONS OR OTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE ABOVE OR ANY MEMBER I r MENS SPRING SUITS t Special Sale of Fine Tail ored and Fine Quality Suits This Week at 1000 414 West Market St THE BIG STORE Fovrth Between and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 0 + + + + NNNN N + Ts MONUMENTS II tlargement j t our extensive STOCK OF FIRST MONUMENTS at exceed i 11CLASS prices Call and 1 examineilil p MULDOON MONUMENT CO jit- J 318320 WEST GREEN STREET jj 0 Nse + N N 0 0 ++0 0 MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It is appreciated more than in the summer A- FARPANDCECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there Is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection- is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to Ishow you more about the FarrandC- ecllianMONTENEGRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated OUSO O xAISriZH VENUE Make a Hit Every Day Some of Louisvilles Baseball Players do thisout all grades of Mulloys TEAS and COFFEES make a hit whenever used Try his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent MULLOY9 COFFEE ROa9TR Nome Phone 1323 2214 XV AIAlilCKT YreiSET 8 tsxoxo 88e888 JJf DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 1909 November Elicllon 1909 Squire John M i Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject tluA tion9flHmcraticParty I 4 r 1- tA ROYAL WELCOMES Awaited Deputy Suprem- President of Y M I at Bellevue Albert F CNfartin Deputy Supreme President of the Y M 1 received quite nu ovation Monday night when he attended n special meeting of 1hi Sheridan Council at Bellevue Tin local council was represented bY seventy members while large delegations were present from Jafnyetti Council of Newport and from Cln i cinnntl President Martins visit hud been announced beforehand so that 0all the V M 1 members who coal- fincl I it convenient were present The Deputy Supreme Iresideni spoke for nn hour and n half none of his audience grew tired Hir had n message to cellver and he made good lIe outlined the nuns nnd ob jests of the order told what It hat1 accomplished in the past nnd vha It expected to do in the future Vher Mr Martin hall concluded his nddres he was given n rising vote of thanks At the conclusion of the felicitations brief addresses were mode by Oran1 Treasurer In 15 Kenney and lion Joseph Cassidy Mayor of Uelievue While the time lUll not been fie Deputy Supreme Iresldent Marti11 expects to visit the council nt Car rollton at nn early date nnd soon thereafter will per official visits tto Lexington and Owensboro CONGRATULATIONS Were In Order When DIvI Islon 1 Held Its Regu Ilor Meeting Division 1 A O II hull a splendi- meeting Tuesday night with Vresii presldlnrThes IIPI11llt1ol1 Literary Committee reported on the recent ball and tin report stowed that it was n tluancia1 as hell as n social success Stat President lleorge11 Duller and otliei Hibernians congratulated the your men who had brought the ball tto such a successful terminus When the illness of Charles Klnegnn Chair man of the committee was an nounced the members voiced their sympathy and expressed the wish for his speedy recovery iState President Butler told about the visit to Lexington last Sunday iinil his report ivns received with ap l John jShiuighnessy who hasbeen seriously IIIwall reported unimproved i and Andrew Gorman nn I Putrid Conners were reported well It was announced that Division 1 would have n large class for the initiation that will take place m thes near future Vice President Mark Rvnn yeah a chapter of Irish history and the members engaged in an interesting discussion of it before the meeting adjourned MACKINS MEETING Reports From Committees Indicate Progress of Order Miltkin Council had its usual goodI attendance Tuesday night with Pres ident Louis J Jvieffer presiding David Hummel and Henry Kvcrslage who hare been in were reported im toedits0 I enthusiasm Mnekins Social Club an nounced n dance for next Mondn night An interesting discussion wus heldI regarding the laws governing tlr funeral benefit fund and a committee of five was appointed to considef- lue advisability of changing the lawsI I to meet existing conditions It was announce before adjournment that Austin Walsh would address thet members nt the next meeting AC1HI IAn mHS DEATH Michael Goss one of the oldest andtI most influential formers in Clark county Inllt11ed at his home near llenryville early Sunday morning Death resulted from Ilrlglits disease from which he had been o sufferer for some time The deceased tvn horn in Ireland eightyfour yeru ago but came to America early 1 life For more than half n century ho hall been located on a farm near Henryville and his land was ns good as any in Southern Indiana Ills aged wife and nine children survive him The children are Edward Frank and Richard GOSH of Clark county Peter Goss of Louisville Mrs John Moran of Toledo Ohio Misses Nellie Agnes and Katie GOBS of Henryvllle and Miss Maggie Goss who is known in religion as Sister Margaret and Is a member of the community ofHt MarysoftheWoods near Terre Haute STHOXO PITCHING STAFF predlct showing to lute gives promise of be pitchIngstrengthened over last season with no decrease in the outfield or infield Although the coaching on the bases has not been first class allowance can Ibe made for the fact that Man ager Heine Pletz Is just installing a now system of signals which the players are not thoroughly famtlar with just now The Colonels are ex pected to break even on the present trip and a big crowd Is expected out to meet Jimmy Burke and the Indian npchis team next Friday Saturday and Sunday Coupon CKNTEXNIAT The venerable St Josephs College tit Eramlttsburg Mdwlll keep Its centennial this year The celebra tion will last lour days Jiina14lG 16 and 17 Qn the last named the hundredth commenceenint will beheld SIIUACULQUS FQ CtfOnly one church In Messina was spared Jn the recent Sicilian earth whereblueTessedtally a3wo thfrds of the priegU were Wiled sad all were more or 14MIlJerI- Q l Jf injured in Meswna t I SOCIETY D IRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall pn First and Third Tuesday- PresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice 1residcnt Mark Ilyan llecordlng Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretarylhos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Flnegan ScrgeantalArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Holler i DIVISION 2 FrltlayiPresidentCon J Ford tlVice President D D McKenna According Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecretury JnoT Kenney JynchtSergeantatArmsJohn T Drown Sentinel William Nash DIVISION 3 ThursdaytEvenings IIand Main Streets SIIIJlvanIVice President Martin Sheehan recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ O Jllession Treasurer Daniel J Doughert- ySentinelThomas Noon- t SergcantatArms Patrick Uegley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Ucrtrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tea HalldKennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos Ollern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coil Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M x MACK1N COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer FirstVice President Thos DCllnes Second Vice PresidentSamuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWilliamI I Financial Secretary Frank G Adams Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside SentlllelJ C F Itartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott traTn ER rJt4 ENIC S No seenJStWe Died one bottle of Pastor Koenlea Nerve Tonlo for a child who had a severe alta k of nerrontness tha medicine had a remarkable effect she has completely recorerwd cud no ejrmptotna hue since been teen rinding it inch a blessing amongchlldren we hall always keep it on hand SISTEBS or CBABITT Columbia S C February 4th 1903 I procured a bottle of Paster Koentgs Nerve remainYdance and had to keep him from school This did him more good than any medicine he bad egoeNerre Tonic to many friends and ell derived iatterpraise and beside God thank so beneficial a medicine ug DAN btmce1101 Richland St A Valuable Book on Nor FREE iplebottletients also get the nudlclne tree Prepared by the REv KATHKR KOINIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by DruzglsU at SI per Bottle 6 for IS LarK Size 175 0 DettUs for JB LEXINGTON 11R1DE AnO V Latham of Greenville S C was solemnized at St Aloyslus church Washington D C on Wednesday morning The Rev Father Charles Lyon performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass which followed The bride Is one of the most charming girls in the Bluegrass capital and belongs to one of its most prominent families She has many relatives In Louisville also PRIESTS KASTEH GIFT The Rev Father Ignatius M Ah mann rector of St Aloyslus church Covington Is fast gaining a reputa tion In Kentucky as a man who does things On Easter Sunday he pre sented every member of his congrega tion with a souvenir magazine containing n pastoral from Bishop Maes and many other Instructive articles relating to the history of the parish and diocese DOUBLE IJEHEAVKMKNT = 1 Mr and Mrs William Murphy of 1222 Christy avenue have the sym pathy of the entire community In their double bereavement wlceI in one week did the angel of death Invade their home and carry away their beloved little ones On Friday afternoon of last week Earl the two yearold son died utter a weeks 111 ness and on the Sunday previous a baby brother passed nway AVHElnE IS RYAN The United States Government authorities are endeavoring to locate M J Ryan who resided on Harris street in Newport Ky In 1882 The Washington authorities hold a check payable to him on Government bonds or a large amount Postmaster searchingfor 1 GROWS RAPIDLY t 4 I E ifaw York City Ja now spending I Kbout381s000Iayla u W building I CONFESSED FINE roster railed to race Jury In Trial For Brutal Assault actingCllptalntrlct confessed a fine of 20 in the Criminal Division of the Circuit Court trIalrurII ruary li Foster has more than a local reputation usd disturber of the public pence and the fact that his trial was set for Wednesday attracted a great crowd He hud some of the most astute attorneys In the llepui intin ranks luitiiuuii to defend him mill whether it was on their ndvic- or of his own volition Foster con fessed a fine rather than have till facts brought out in bold nakedness Mr Lopping who Foster nsaulttU youubusinesssault upon him was unprovoked and leading attorneys say that he has ex cellent grounds to recover damages from Foster or the sureties n hi police tunnel Foster has been the gem of purest ray serene In the police diadem o the present city administration 11hn- will the Hoard of Public Safety do with hint now GOOD WORK Division 3 A O H Continues to Grow In Numbers The hall of Division 3 A 0 IL at Seventeenth and Main was well filled at the last meeting and Presidentl Sullivan succeeded in dispatching quite a lot of important business An other member was obligated whicht with promised additions will give Division 3 a large class at the coming Count Board Initiation Secretary John Hesslon stated that the treasur- w as constantly increasing notwIth- standing the largo sums paid for afc and charitable purposes The an nouncement that the Literary Com mittee was about to arrange an enter tainment for the friends of the divis- Ion and the general public was re ceived with applause Division 3 has some hustlers in the amusement line and when the programme is completed all may look for a night of real enjoyment After the regularft order of business a number of short talks were made that proved very interesting to the many present Division 3 la making steady progress and will have u fine report for the next convention SUCCESS ATTAINED IrelandScotland Night at Exposition Drew Ban ner CroV sIIrelum Scotland night at the South ern Electrical hxposuum was a grout success It occurred Inst Saturday I night und tipfto ditto it limit1 the ban ner crowd of time season The Irish und Scotch were there in numbers but on that occasion they wereI neither Irish nor Scots but plain sons of the Gael To top it all off the whole affair was delightfully in formal TJiere were no tiresome speeches rom still more tiresome spouters Jt was just a get togethe crowd with all in a good humor 111 music too was inspiring Melodies of Ireland and Scotland melodies that have won battles in war as well as victories in love went floating out trough the vast Armory building and manic glad the hearts of those assembled Sons of the Scots Who ha wi Wallace bled and old aursfleld Rifles mingled together ninny of them unknown to each other but each null all ready to acknowledge that A nuns n man for a that whemer he hulled from Limerick or Within n mile of Kdlnboro town IIOIKIXS TIIKATKIl The Inauguration of summer vaudeville together with having pictures and illustrated songs at tie Hop kins this week kits proved a success in every respect The quality of the variety oferings was surprisingly good Something equally as pleasing is promised in mac bill to be introduced Sunday afternoon The bookings include Prof Leo and His Hands a novel magical turn Dave Hose Italian dialect comedian Frank Itehan an eccentric juggler and Jo seph Lards a clever character imper onator The motion pictures and songs will as usual be of the latest Kind with another change on Thurs tiny ACCI I KNTA L AIn1 Tames Dolan well known In Jeffor sonville died nt the family residence SoS Watt street soon after midnight Sunday morning ns the result of a tall early on Saturday He lunch been at work on a scaffold and fell from the second story alighting on his head At the tIme his injuries up peered to be slight but during the evening cerebral hemorrhages devel oiled and death ensued a few hours later He was thirtyeight years old and is survived by his venerable mother Mrs Jane Dolnn nnd several brothers and sisters Time funeral took place front St Augustines church on Monday morning and was attended l y sunny friends of the do ceased COME HERB TO WED 1 Mins Ella TJeavins of New Hope ICy and T 0 H In rid ford of Owens born were married at St Patricks church at 0 oclock Tuesday morning the Boy leather lanes P Cronin offi popularinday afternoon Mr and Mrs BlanfTd left for Owensboro where theyox poet to make their homeJJ filRIj WINS PRIZE Ina newspaper prize essay contest at Wllkesbarre In which eleven hundtedand eightyone essays were entered the first place was awarded to balsa Helen Fleck nBtelR by a jury if Impartial judges The winner pupil of St Anne Academy In ISIII of the Sitters of Christian s NNO NNWN N NN NNNNNN N NN N 1 COT1 Jefferson StsIIreally pays you to see our achievement 1 1It no matter where you buy There are clothes made than ours at 15 20 and noIIYoull like the way we show as welt as the we sell them the one generally leads ro the sother Every customer has our personal atten tion Our exhibit of A B Kirschbaum 31 Co Z special creations designed exclusively for us is a liberal education in clothing iiDAN J HENNESSY In Charge of Tailoring Department BROT20Ee1 Mothers BreadWill Not Be Reduced In QUALITYt totthat the size of the Loaf of Bread would be reduced by the local bakers to meet the increased price of flour but th- eWHITESIDE BAKING COMPANY desires to say that despite the increase in the price of flour the size ofa loaf of tiMOTHERS BREAD Will not be changed and that the same high quality will be main tained ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT For Your Furniture Wants- I TRADEkI My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street i8 l A iS BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA h it WHISKY U I IITIS ALWAYS PUREII Kyel GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEII THE CKIKBRATED NORTH STAR RffRlGfRAIW The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public 4 4 4+ + N N ++N N4NNN 4 o HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a Z HENRY FUOHSJI FLORIST i Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas StsorroasrtaJII t + O 4 + + 4+ NN N NON4 N FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUA rER DORLDressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY j jr- c M J BANNON P BANNON JR L1 VEENEMAN Prn Mgr Viet Pns Trias Secretary 1 KeDtucky VitriAd Erik Ca INCORPORATED AleazrrtuYaxotaxreara o VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS WIN 588512 W MmMi St World M iIU Ape litt 911 art mT- ELEPhfONE I 573 TELtlfHOHl 1282 a rs 0 n U r